Chinese by Catherine Meek, Mao Yan (auth.), Brian Hill (eds.)

By Catherine Meek, Mao Yan (auth.), Brian Hill (eds.)

Show description

Read or Download Chinese PDF

Similar chinese books

Thirty Years in a Red House: A Memoir of Childhood and Youth in Communist China

The wrenching saga of a patriotic Communist family members in China. this is often the non-public account of Zhu Xiao Di, born in Nanjing in 1958, the son of idealistic, trained mom and dad. on the middle of this narrative are the rigors of a family members stuck within the crosscurrents of history--from the early points of interest of the Communist revolution to the nationwide catastrophe that and the following odyssey of restoration.

The Eater's Guide to Chinese Characters

Lauded through Calvin Trillin as a guy who "does now not need to make to with translations like 'Shredded 3 types' in chinese language restaurants," within the Eater's consultant to chinese language Characters, James D. McCawley deals every body a consultant to decoding the mysteries of chinese language menus and the chance to get pleasure from new consuming reports.

Productive Performance in Chinese Enterprises: An Empirical Study

Because the rural township, village and personal businesses have gotten extra major within the chinese language economic climate, this article makes a speciality of the comparability of the agricultural (non-state) and country organizations by way of functionality. The research relies at the empirical effects from estimating a variety of construction capabilities utilized to cross-section and panel facts.

Encoding and Decoding of Emotional Speech: A Cross-Cultural and Multimodal Study between Chinese and Japanese

​This e-book addresses the topic of emotional speech, in particular its encoding and deciphering method in the course of interactive verbal exchange, according to a much better model of Brunswik’s Lens version. the method is proven to be motivated through the speaker’s and the listener’s linguistic and cultural backgrounds, in addition to via the transmission channels used.

Additional resources for Chinese

Sample text

To give change Spirit of China 36 BREAKTHROUGH CHINESE Grammar 'Measure words' / classifiers In Mandarin, there must be a word separating a number and a noun for the phrase to make sense. ) This word is often called a 'measure word' but it also acts as a classifier, that is, it often implies something about the noun to which it refers. There is a range of measure words to select from, and sometimes it is obvious which to use, as in yi bili chao However, not all measure words have an exact English translation, and their use must therefore simply be learned.

En .. women you liu wei daren, yi. yi wei xiaohiiir. Hao lei, gen wo dao zhe bianr liii ba. Hao ba. xiaojie miss daren adult xiaohliir child or children dao to reach, to lai to come wei refers to people. As mentioned in Unit 2, Dialogue 3, in Chinese there must be a word separating a number and a noun and throughout this Unit you will come across further examples. Yi wei xiaohliir, 'one child'. Wei has the same function here as kon in san kon ren, which you came across in Unit 2. ) nimen ji wei?

WO neng zai zher zhu rna? Keyi. Qing wen, nfn shi lai Iiiy6u rna? Bu, wo shi lai zuo shengyi de. En, name qing wen nfn zai zhe Ii yao zhu ji tian ne? Ao, wo xiang wo dayue yao zhu san tian ba. En, hao de, na qing nfn tian yixia ruzhUdengjidan, hao rna? Hao de, xiexie. keyi can (permission) neng can (to be able) yixie some zhu to stay, to live name in that case, so 42 zhe Ii here xiang to think, to think of dayue approximately thin to fill in ruzhudengjidan registration form BREAKTHROUGH CHINESE zaoshang hao good morning wo keyi wei nin zuo yixie shenrne rna?

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.95 of 5 – based on 24 votes